- Pakistani arachnids, Svalbard fossils, and ancient Sudanese carvings: The Constantine S. Niarchos Expeditions at the American Museum of Natural History
It’s hiding in frigid polar waters or in sunbaked fossil beds. It’s darting between trees in tropical rainforests or waiting patiently for tens of millions of years at the place where two continents meet.
- Grant Spotlight - Reflections from SNF’s Programs Team
“Every city should have an entity like Philadelphia Mural Arts,” writes SNF Program Officer Kira Pritchard.
- To Give Young People Peerless Health Education, Turn to their Peers
Think back to when you were a teenager. Where did you go for information on awkward topics? What sources did you trust?
- Day One at the National Museum of Contemporary Art in Athens
BEEF IS ART flashes on screen. What this means is crystal clear: a new era has begun for contemporary art in Greece.
- Lifebox: An Organization with its Finger on the Pulse of Surgical Safety
It’s a simple piece of equipment that can save your life in surgery.
- Flipping the Script on Greece’s Brain Drain
The story told about the latest phase of the centuries-old Greek diaspora, in the wake of the country’s economic crisis, is one of “brain drain.” What would it take to turn this story around?
- Finding Better Treatments for Neglected Diseases
The World Health Organization goal of eliminating cases of sleeping sickness by 2030 seems to be within reach, but we’ve been here before.
- Too many cooks in the kitchen? Au contraire
These social ventures are using good food to transform lives.
- These Car-Racing Teams Don’t Have Drivers, but They Do Have Drive
With a sudden puff of air, months of hard work flash by in an instant.